|Stonekeep - davidspackage|
Stonekeep. Interplay, 1995. What began as a simple tile-based dungeon crawler was swept up by ambition and pigheaded-ness, making what could have been a true classic into a long overdue, technologically disappointing odd duck that few remember. Sure, it had its strengths – atmospheric music, a very simplified user interface that allowed focus on exploration and combat, interesting graphics (digitized actors in monster suits!) – but a tile-based faux-3D game, in first person perspective, at a...
Keywords: let's play; davidspackage; Stonekeep
|Phantasmagoria 2: A Puzzle of Flesh - davidspackage|
Phantasmagoria 2 is one of the last attempts at making an adventure game with digitized actors portraying characters. While it’s a sequel in name to Phantasmagoria 1, which was previously LPed by Spiteful Crow, the game’s story doesn’t have any ties to its predecessor other than a fleeting reference to its main character, Adrienne. Like the first one, Phantasmagoria 2 is known for its violent and gory content...
Keywords: let's play; phantasmagoria 2; davidspackage
|Hopkins FBI - davidspackage|
Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive
Keywords: let's play; davidspackage; Hopkins FBI
|Star Trek Generations - davidspackage|
In 1994, there was Star Trek Generations, a pretty good Trek movie up until the last act, when the plot stops returning making sense's calls, and Captain Kirk shows up in a --in my humble opinion-- completely counterproductive and undesirable last moment of glory. Good movie, but I think cutting out the entire Kirk storyline and the thereby unnecessary time travel parts would've made it far better...
Keywords: let's play; davidspackage; Star Trek Generations